Saturday, January 9, 2010

Building Instructions for 1H2010 TECHNIC sets, available online

The building instructions for all the 1H2010 LEGO Technic sets, have been reported to be now available for download at

Below you have the direct links for the several models and respective books,

Happy building!


Anonymous said...

I really like #8041 Rally Truck because it looks great and begs for a motor but I don't like the seat, which is an odd panel, and I also don't like cutting ribbed tubing. Do other sets require cutting ribbed tubing?

Anonymous said...

This is the first time, i heard you have to cut ribbed tubes. Very odd

Junkstyle Gio said...

It's not the first time you need to cut ribbed tubes. Check the building instruction of the 8272 (A model page 63)

Anonymous said...

The 8048 B-model looks great! - just as good as the 8284/8063 tractors considering its size. It is certainly better than the 8049 tractor, in terms of functions and details. I especially like the usage of links at the back to create a realistic looking lifting mechanism (although it may not actually move). The 8048 A-model also features a moving steering wheel as well as HOG steering, which is very unusual for such a small technic set. This year's buggy is probably the best 'buggy' vehicle we will see for quite a while in the technic theme, as it seems unlikely to see another buggy with full suspension, a V4 engine and a moving steering wheel. Speaking of which, I don't see why Technic produces so many 'dune buggies', considering how rare these vehicles are in real life. They could just as easily design a realistic racing car at similar cost, size and with similar functions to one of these weird 'buggies', whereas unlike buggies, everyone would recognize a racing car. I have never seen a dune buggy, and had never heard of a 'dune buggy' until I bought 8284 in 2006!

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